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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1859

1859 lions and Millinery Goods Hl&EOffS f EIBBOBTS I ! HIBBOttS ! ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers in Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash buyers in all sections of the Country. The Cash Ribbon House, llo Chambers Street, New York, JNO. FARRELL. ESTABLISHED 1858. vve have originated a new prmciL e n tiftw orn in i ho Kih nn Trade, wherehv we make this business plain, simple, and staple as that of brown sheetings. AVE SELL FOR CASIll WE BUY POtt CASU We arc satisfied with 5 per cent profit Ask no Second Price. Have all our "oods marked in vlain ficrurcs,so that man, woman and child "buy alike," and receive the same value lor their money. "Our nrines for best Taffeta Ribbons, al i colors, are No. l 12 r.ts per piece, No. A 3.H cts. per piece, n o 20 " " " 9 &i " " 3 2iJ " " " 12 ?l()T : ' No. 10 $l,47i per piece. 9,'E OFFER FANCY HUJCONS 'ALL STYLES.' 'ALL , COLORS.' 'ALL QUALITIES.' AT 1MUCES DEFYING COMPETITION, AND FOR CASH ONLY. Our Establishment is the centre of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1859

Scuotcft to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, morality, axxb eucral intelligence. VOL is. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 30, IS59. NO. 27. Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per annum in ndvance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued unlil all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. K7 Advertisements of one square ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inscr tioni 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. and come up nastier, in this business of negro-hating, than any other party that JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, wc are prepared to execute every dc Scription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c, pi in ted with neatness and despatch, on roasondle terms at this office. J.. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN UA.Y.V. To Gti...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1859

v l)c 2Jcffcvsontan. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1859. FOll SURVEYOR GENERAL. Thomas E. Cochran, of York Co. TOR AUDITOR GENERAL. SVjHiain H. Kcim, of Berks Qo. ..SSrAll persons aro bcrnby notified to .rxt shn.ye Express matter at lie office by 11 lnoqlock A. M. or it must be laid over till inOxt'day. JOHN N. STOKES. The Coming 4th. of July. We are happy to be able to .state tbat "the Committees have cade, and are still making ample arrangements to celebrate the 4th of July in a creditable and be- 'coining manner. We bBve no doubt tbat those who wish to celebrate thi 4th will be better pleased in Stroudsburg than by .going at a distance from home. Tboi-e who wish to enjoy themselves on the 4th, twe think, had better come to Stroudsburg. Read programme in another column. o- IXS r5 l'ave been informed that the .Po!it master General has ordered that the c rSt'roudsburg aud Port Jervis mail line " tin be reduced from a daily to a tri- weekly route, and tbe Maueh Cbunk line ,be reduced to a semi-...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1859

Bum as a f Fertilizer. A Mintanzas (Cuba) paper has some gignatic specimens of early sugar cone, me growtn ol which it says was quicken ed by the use" of rum, which articlo it claims to be a better fertilizer than guano nseir.; A Big Butterfly. 'Prof. Aggassiz baa received from Bra lil a butterfly that measures ten feet from the tip of one wing to the other. From tbo Wheeling Times and Gazette. Though it may seem strange to many woo nave not seen it, vet tnerc is no doubt of the fact, .that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will change grey hair to ita original color, and cause it to prow on beads entirely bald, and by a few appli cations keep it from falling off. There Was a time when persons who had lost iheir hair were compelled to wear wigs or go bald, but since the advent of Prof. Wood's Tonio, there is no longer any necessity of wigs or grey hairs". THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED LETTERS HY ROYAL PATENT. Prepared from a prcsriplion ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1859

1'859 Ribbons and Millinery Goods ! ETJBBOffS! SIEBONS!! ELBBONS ! ! To Merchants, MillincrSi Jobbers, Dealers in Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash buyers in all sections of the Country. The Cash Jltbbon House, 115 Chambers Street. New York, JNO. FARRELL. ESTATMTSIIED 1858. Wc have originated a new princii. e a Yipw nrn in ilm Ribbon Irade. whereby wc make this business plain, simple, and staple as that of brown sheetings. VE SELL FOR CASIi! WE BUY FOR CASH' wt - r.n,:. n..A n nnr rpnt nrnfii. Ad, Pri,o Hnvfifl OurffOOIS " U DCIH3MI.U V - , i : r.-. c . c ii.ni m..n irnmmi I 4il i;L- " f.ml rppo VP l ift samp , .- value lor meir monuy. uur prices jur owl a..a u.uuu..e, r i . 'Ptr..i ..111 colors, are No. 1 12 cts perpiccc, No. 4 Mi cts. per piece, - 2 iKH " " "JS7i 44 ' a Ml "12S107i x,u.,u re, ' WE OFFER FANCY JlIBnONS 'ALL YLKa.' "AL.A. COLORS.' 'ALL QUALITIES.' AT I'KICbS DEFYING CO.MI'liTITlON. AID FOR cash onh. Our Establishment is the centre of attrac- traction for RfBBONS 'Q...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1859

' ' ' Wcvotib to fltolitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iMoralitu, ani euera! 2 nteliiflcnce, VOL 18. STROUDSBUEG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. JULY 14, 1359. t;0.28, Published by Theodore Schocht TERMS.Two dollars per annum in ndvance Two dollar!; and -a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued unlil all arrearages ate paid, except at the option of Die Editor. IO" Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, One or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser lion, 23 cents. Longer ones m proportion. JOB PRINTING. ilavine a general assortment of large, plain and or hnmental Type, nc are prepared to execute every de scription of Card, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Klank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets, fee.., prin ted with ne.itucsa and despatch, on reasonable terms at this office. J. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAYN. To Country Dealers. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLESALE DEALERS IJt GrOCCriCS, Pi'...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1859

M)C CttCVSOUian. ' . I THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1859. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL. Thomas E. Cochran, of York -Co. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. William H. Kcim, of Berks Co. jta-H persons are noreoy nouueu 10 ... i 1 rr:-j . . I have Express matter at the office by 11 - o'clock A. M. or it must bo laid over till nest day. JOIIN N. STOKES. Large Cnrrants. The largest Uurrants we bave ever feen, "were left at our office, on Tuesday pii t j should know how shamefully their last, by Mr. Samuel Mcliok, of tbis Bo- interests have been betrayed, bow ruth rouch. Some of them wero as large as iea8v hejr rights havo been given away black Cherries. To Taxpayers. ' . , . We would call the attention of Colleo tors and. Taxpayers to the following sec tion of the Act of April y9th, 1844, sec tion 42, P. L. 501. It is understood that the State will demand a strict compliance with its provisions, If any county jihnll pay into the state treasury it quota of tax levir.d on its said ndjufted valuation, fifteen days prior t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1859

Cats and Children. For tho purpose of warning parents-a-gainst permitting their children to amuse themselves too much in fondling cats and kittens, we publish tho following from an exchange: Blisha Litchfield, one of the wealth- iest farmers in Saratoga county, N. Y., was bitten in tho thumb by a cat, on toe 1st. On the Sunday following, the thumb commenced swelling, and quickly exten ded to the arm. Mortification set in, and on Tuesday resulted in death. 05 During a visit to Lowell we were shown through the Laboratory of our cele bratcd countryman. Dr. J. C. Ayer. Scarce ly could we have believed what is seen there without proof beyond disputing. They consume a bnrrel ofsolid Pills, aboul 150,000 doses and three barrels of Cherry Pectoral, 120,000 doses per diem. To what an inconceivable amount of human suffering does this point! 170,000 doses a day!! Fifty million of doses per year!! What acres and thousands of acres of sick beds does this spread before the imagination I And what ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1859

splendid; gifts TO- rUUCIIASEKS OF BOOKS, AT YiSE GKfttlffAI, AKD j&THK ONLY 51 GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE, Ilablihve in 15S. a c HEAD QUARTERS FOR THE - UNITED STATES AT Tim PUBLISHING HOUSE, OF o? s'5 G. G. EVANS, 2sn r lift tint 8iiil:wlliilii:i. Pa f'A 7M T nr riPK fP V71 FRFF c....t i ri.rt i, p tcrprise, I have repeatedly called the atten- (iuii of il.o public to my large stock of liher- r . t - i .i I i .i.i r ...... .;n. ., i, ,,,:' . .,. , ;L., inducements to purchasers. Boin- verv honvilv C.,.r.L.d in nuhlishin 1 v7h nn mrt,vn .,hi:ni;..-i: r ,,.... ..rtJ n. and XI fit ennhlp.l to nmr.,rp nil mv hnnks t lhe oritrin.nl rnSt nf nbm.r. nn,l thus rnn and do supply the majority of the other hou- . nnJ.:i n.ii lwnL-R r?,Mner .!,, ,,rnr .U, iv. mh ..Ki,.i.,c r nLn k , M"ui vtib.t puuilCHUI A Willi uiot UJ ,,,J hcavv DurchaSes of Watehcs and Jewelrv. fnr f..r;0i. ,k, ,'ih .l,ir r.,fis ,". i lower rales than they can buy them from the rnnnnfiirtnrpr it..:.. i. .j , t can insure my cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1859

Wcvottb to politics, literature, Agriculture, StUmt, illoralitu, aui aural jTntclligcucc. VOL 18. STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 21, 1359. NO. 2. Published ' by Theodore ScItOCll. ' tensive farmer, who grew many thous- . TERMSTWO dollars per annum in advance-Two ' ands f bushels near Leavenworth, afl ilolhirs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be i sured 030 that the OOSt of Lis Com. crib fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. . , . ,, . . . . , io papers uisconunncd until all arrearages are paiu, except at Hie ontion of the Editor. ID Advertisements of one square (ten line?) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser lion, 25 cents. Longer ones m proportion. JOB imZNTlNG. Itavinj a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, c are prepared to execute every de fecription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Wanks, Pamphlet!!. &c, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on roasoii...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1859

- I)c cffcrsoiuan. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1859. 4 POIl SURVEYOR GENERAL. 'Thomas E. Cochran, of York Co FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. "William li. Hrim, of Berks Co. All persons are hereby notified to Jiave Express mntter at the otticc by 1 1 so'clock A. iu. or it must oe laid over tu .next day. JOHN tf. STOKES. ' &&"Vo invite tbo attention of our rea ders to the Card of Messrs. Rodb & Put zel; Commission Merchants, found in an pother column of to-days Jcffersonian. The references given by this establish ment are of tbe highest order, aud war rant tbe Relief that business is done by this houso on the principle of integrity .and honor. See the advertisement, aud lwbcn you visit the city give them a call mo ; Cure for the Hard Times. The euro for the hard times is to dress well, look rented, and vou will receive genteel treatment. Your debtors will re spect you aud pay you what thoy owe J0U your friends will give you tbe right ihaud of fellowship; your rivals will envy you. Do away wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1859

1 'JHweajf jet1 rf Jf" Jrhmt the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. urape uuiture at Hammonton. A number of grape growers from Ohio have introduced the culture of tbo crape atjHammonton, New Jersey. It is twen- tj-fivo miles southeast from Philadelphia, and the' soil and climate is considered by many tho best adapted for the grape of any in tho Union. Frosts never injure tke vino, and there is a high district iae vino, ana mere is a nign district oi Egg Harbor rivers, where they have never Dcen Known 10 suuer irom mildew or rot. VYe understand thatsome forty vineyards were Bet out the past season, mostly Ca- tawna and the Isabella. The market here presents a great in uuccmeDi, grapes oringmg twice tuo fttm they do in Cincinnati; being within but nevcral hours of either New York or PhiU adelphia by railroad, tho market is un limited. Adjoining Hammonton ia a bot tle manufactory, and every appliance ne cessary for extensive wine-making Hammonton is a new settlement CUt onion is a new seui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1859

SPLENDID. GIFTS , TO PURCHASERS OF &K. AT , ' . t he grigs sra e, i d car the ONtfYr GIFT BOOR ENTERPRISE c HEAD QUARTERS FOIl TUB UNITED STATES AT TIIC PUBLISHING HOUSE, OP IAS o O S3 S5i' s G. G. EYAKS., 'Vd9 Oil own? I J. EMii.InooIphi::, P:t ' CATALOGUES SENT FREE. Since I originated I he Gift Book. Store En terprise, I have repeatedly culled the atten tion of the public lo my 'large stock of liber al oiler?, lo which they have al ways respon ded. I can now, with more satisfaction tlijn ever, cull attention to my largely increased inducements to purchasers. Being1 very heavily engaged in publishing, 1 exchange my own publications for those of other hous c5f(and am enabled to procure all my books at the original cost of making, and thus can and do supply the majority of the other hou-' ses engaged in the Gut Book trade, with their hooks, cheaper than they can procure them from other publisher.. I can also, by my heavy, purchases of Watches and Jewelry, for cash, furnish them ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1859

JDcuoki to DoIitic5, literature, Qtgti culture, Science, ittoralitn, aub eueral ntclliijeucc. VOL IS. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 23, IS59. NQ. 30. Published by Theodore Sciioch. ! feeding, others lying 3owd, others paw- rows at them as they went down to drink. .trrms.-Two dollars ncrntmum in advance-Two ng hp'the earth, rolling on it, &o. Tbe If they feed in the grass of -the narrow novo! fpectaolo . was tlolUrs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be lore me end 01 the year, two dollars ami a nail. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. ID" Advertisements of one sqnarc ten lines) or less, one or three msc.rtio.ns.. $1 00. Each additional inser tioii, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we arc prepared to execute every de 5Cription of Owls, Circulars, Hill Heads Notes. DIank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other lilauks, Pamphlets, fee.., priii ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1859

" ElC Scffcrsomnu. THTJRSBAY, JULY 23, 1859. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. Thomas E Cochran, of York Co FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL. -William II. Kcim, of Berks Co. . J&SrAll persons aro hereby notified to havo Express matter at lie office by 1 : o'clock A. M. or it must be laid over til ,- next day. JOHN N. STOKES. DEDICATION. ' Tbc new M. E. Cburch at Oakland will bo dedicated to the service of Almigb fy God, on the 7th day of August nest Rev. P Cooinbc, will couduct the dedi catory Bcrvice. Preaching in the morn ing at 10 o'clock. Evening 7$ o'clock Air'friendly to Religion are cordially in vited to be with us on iht occasion. J. 31. HINSON, Pastor. July i9, 1859. ' -jeSyThe largest black currants that we" have ever seen were handed us yes tcrday, by our friend Samuel Melick, t Esq., of this Borough, several of which . measured 2 inches in circuraerence, and , resembled grapes more than anything ''else. : A Mystery Solved. We have seen statements to the effect that ceitain mysterious letters...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1859

School House Struck by Lightning-Mar velous Escape of the Children. A school house about a mile from $ortb Fairfield, Huron county, Ohio, was struck by lightning during a recent thunder storm and badly torn to pieces. The teach her, Miss Mary Moss, and 19 scholars, were in the building at tho time, and the escape 01 all Irom death or injury, seems a our aole indeed. The school room was twen ty-ono feet square, near the centre of tvhtqh stood a stove with a long pipe leading to tbo chimney, which was near tho west end of the room. The teacher's desk stood at the east. Arouud the stove, on three sides, wero ranged tho desks for the pupils, aud tho room was lighted by two-windows on each end of tho north, west, and south sides. Tho North Fair field Gazette says: "The lightning struck tho top of the chimney at the west end of the building, completely demolishing it, tearing down the entire west gable end of the building to tho ceiling siding, studding and all- scattering the pieces for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1859

r SPLENDID" GIFTS . TO PURCHASERS OF BOOKS, AT THE ORIGINAL AND IN Special Police Tof BookTSnyers. 1859 POPUIiAitrTjSADE 1859 gifTfifrrVifrr' My attention has been called to statements mode through the public jaurnals, byn New ork Gift Store, which are calculated to de ceive; who even presume to advertise them selves as the originators of the Gut Book En terprise, which was first successfully cstab- Ribbons and Millinery Goods,. RIBBONS! RIBBONS!! RIBBONS ! ! lished, and I may say honorably conducted by To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers myself. 1 his concern who are proclaiming in Ribbons, Millinery, Goods, and Delaware Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. filPT lift A If PKiTPBPDISl! r::;... "r." 'cw a"d expeditious broad gunge route I I . J . l .1 - C. . : J I j nr .- i Ti'ii, rr I 1IUIII 5f si -ii 5S c5' .Established in 1 854. HEAD QUARTERS ' FOR THE UNITED STATES AT TUG PUBLISHING HOUSE, OF G. G. EVANS, w 4 indebted to me, not only for their first ideas of conducting the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1859

r Scuotcl to fltolttics, literature, CJlgrtaiJture, Science, illoralitij, auir eucral Intelligence; VOL 18. STE.OUDSBUEG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 4, I35D. Piihlisiir1 hv Tli-irwln.'- Shnh. crae depth cannot now exceed six inch- beds of creeks running ' . 1 J 1 1 liit.lt nrm Mnu i ran ? a tnliinh t n VV tnfni down from -the publican a small but steady stream, aided hu wlllMl thn ridAP linrrina fr rn onnnnr TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance HolUrs fore the end No papers d P.. t . I. Au(iir evi, upiiun ui in; Liiiii'i morning irjAilrrtispmfints of one snuare ften lines) or less. "'"h bne or thrpe insertions, $1 00. Eaoli additional inser law this mornin;. fc:.. ftp i - . . aM , . .... nun, -J cents. J.illl-I uuua 111 inuiiuiii-ii .,., . . ea. Ud ever? nana, ana lor man? mi cs ui"ii prmi; creeps wuiuu iu niua-i i uy wuiuu. mu river uenn 10 reappear, lis. Two dollars per annum m advance Two tn vyu ttlJ u"u -uuujr e r .!; i i -n . . ' 1 and a quarter, hair ycariv ami if not paid b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1859

ieaCT3aaj.'pjiiie,Jffa.,gjgag a SIjc Mfcrsiuiian. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1859. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. Thomas.E. Cochran, of York Co FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL., William If. Kcira. of Berks Co. ,A11 persona are hereby notified to have Express matter at the office by 1 1 o'clock A. M. or it must be laid over till nest day. JOHN N. STOKES. DEDICATION. The now M E. Church at Oakland, will'bo dedicated to thoservice of Alniigb ty God, on the 7th day of August next. Ilev. P. Cootnbe, will conduct the dedi oatory service. Preaching in the morn ing at 10 o'clock. Kveniug 7 A o'clock. All friondly to Religion are cordially in vited to be with u, on thst o?ea?ion. J, M. HINSON, Factor. July '-29, 1859. ' Cress & Hairhouse's Gift Enterprise. The drawing of ibis Enterprise came off in this place, on Saturday last. Mr. Codleib Auracbcr, of this place was the fortunate bolder of No. 2782, which drew the dwelling house, valued atS-00. Wo are assured that the drawing throughout, .was done in a fair .manue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1859

From tbo Philadelphia Evening Journal. Emigration to Hammonton New Jersey. The emigration' 8ti.ll continues to this new settlement. The present eoason the crops are excellent. Grapes and peach es will yield well. The grape will yield largely. Some forty vinyards hare re cently been set out. Considering that this locality is entire ly Beoure from blighting frosts, it presents great inducements for profitable farming to those who must leave. Tho los of wealth to farmers in tho North, from frosts, amounts to incalculable millions, whilst the coldness of their climate also debars them from raising of the moil profitable crops. This Now England settlement is un dergoing vast improvements, and increase of population. We understand that with in the past year the population has in creased some 15U0. In a business waj the improvement is even more marked. We learn that some parties think of Starting the shoe business in this viciuity. Inasmuch &s thoc manufacturers go to tho markets of Ph...

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